December 02, 2021
Vancouver B.C., December 2, 2021 – MAX RESOURCE CORP. (“Max” or the “Company”) (TSX.V: MXR; OTC: MXROF; Frankfurt: M1D2) is pleased to report that it has engaged DigitalWorld Mapping to conduct an airborne high-resolution LiDAR survey over the entire URU Zone within its wholly-owned CESAR project, Northeastern Colombia (refer to Figures 1 to 4).
The LiDAR survey is part of the first steps to determining high probability drill targets at URU.
The survey will consist of 600-line-km with 250m line spacing covering approximately 290-km². LiDAR is a modern remote sensing technique that concurrently takes high-resolution (hi-res) images and builds a detailed digital terrain model (DTM) utilizing an extremely sensitive and accurate digital mapping tool.
Together, the DTM and hi-res images provide oathree-dimensional (3D) model of the terrain, where additional data (geophysics, drilling, surface sampling, etc.) can be incorporated to provide a multi-dimensional model from which multiple data sources can be interpreted accurately, all in 3D. It is a particularly powerful tool for drill planning as it significantly reduces the risk of interpreting data in only two dimensions.
“The LiDAR datasets will be used for the URU Zone drill design and planning access and provides unprecedented ground details to be observed for the first time,” commented Max CEO, Brett Matich.
“LiDAR assistance in building an accurate 3D model will be key in maximizing the success of Max’s virgin drill program at URU, being the first significant exploration event in the Cesar basin since the discovery of Cerrejón, the largest coal mine in South America and the basis for much of the critical infrastructure in the Cesar basin,” he continued.